While we love every nook, cranny, and room that a house has to offer, we have to admit we have a soft spot for the bedroom. Unlike the living room and kitchen — which are usually designed with entertaining in mind — the bedroom is dedicated to you. It's where you can catch up on your beauty sleep and indulge in some peace and quiet — without visitors disturbing you. Sure, your sanctuary includes the entire home, but your bedroom hands down should be one of the happiest places on earth.
When we imagine the perfect bedroom (and bathroom combination), we can't help but think of the Hunker House. Located in California's sunny Venice Beach neighborhood, this humble abode is like an IRL version of the site, complete with a swoon-worthy bedroom and bathroom, of course. From an airy color palette like light wood accents to furniture from direct-to-consumer companies like Article and Floyd, the Hunker House's boudoir gives millenial-minded modernism a breezy, Cali-cool twist.
Like what you see? Bring the Hunker House's laidback spirit to your own space with these shoppable picks.
Need a cool, new headboard? Consider this upholstered option from Article — it's a significant upgrade from the headboards of yore. The sleek channel tufting will pair nicely with midcentury-inspired pieces as well as au courant curved furniture. Reimagined in soft, dark-green velvet, this headboard is the shining definition of "beauty sleep."
Whether organizing succulents, books, or stamp collections, it's important to have a shelving unit that's just as fetching as the items you choose to place on it. Inspired by thin tree branches, this leaning number will look indisputably chic propped up against your bedroom wall. As a bonus, it comes with a discreet drawer for items you don't want on full display.
Crafted from American white oak, Article's Culla dresser is the perfect blend of form and function. With four spacious drawers, this midcentury-inspired piece has plenty of room for all of your sweaters, jeans, and workout clothes. Plus, its soft close design creates a seamless open and close, so you don't have to slam your dresser drawer every time you want a new pair of socks.
Sure, your bed will always be the go-to resting place in your bedroom, but we like to think that Article's Sven chair is poised to become a close second. The sleek seat receives a luxurious upgrade with tufted detailing, two round bolsters, all wrapped in a smooth, velvety finish. Perfect for curling up with a juicy read or relaxing with your daily cup of coffee, this chair is bound to become your unofficial throne.
Although the bedroom is one of the least trafficked places in most homes, you can never have too much seating. Fortunately, the Culla bench is a ridiculously versatile seat. The button-tufted cushion offers a cozy place for guests to take a load off, and it's a great place to lie out tomorrow's outfit or stack online orders you need to return. Plus, two large drawers make a suitable space to stow bulky sweaters or extra blankets.
When it comes to your bedroom nightstand, sometimes less is more. Why have a bunch of drawers that you'll inevitably stuff with random trinkets when all you really need is a blank surface for a good read and glass of water? Floyd's stylish side table sticks to the basics, making it easy to keep clutter to a minimum. And best of all: It'll fit in nicely with pretty much any aesthetic.
Handcrafted from steel and hand finished, this Schoolhouse Electric wall sconce fuses classic Scandinavian lines with industrial materials to create a striking, vintage-inspired fixture. The orb-like shape of the shade makes a beautiful statement, not to mention the perfect, minimal bedside accessory.
Add some Zen to your bathroom with this chic bench designed by Niels Hvass. The Bauhaus-inspired piece might've originally been designed for an exhibition called Walk the Plank, but we can't help but notice how it strikes a strong resemblance to something we'd see in a sauna. Go ahead, add this bench to your walk-in shower so you can kick back and relax mid pamper.
A step stool is a valuable addition for anyone with super-high cabinets or children. But just because a stool serves a strictly utilitarian purpose doesn't mean it can't be stylish, too. This option, which was designed by Designit for Skagerak Denmark, is equal parts practical and pretty.
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